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Parry Inlet Tree Lined Waters near William Bay NP

Parry Inlet is accessible by walking east along Parry Beach. Accessible via the Parry Beach Road off the Great Southern Highway. Visit the William Bay National Park Map.

Parry Inlet William Bay NP

Parry Inlet is located at the western end of the park just north of Parry Beach. From the lookout you can see the forested hills set against the wind blown waters.

The beach which separates the Inlet from the Great Southern Ocean leads to Mazzoletti Beach and eventually Green Pool and Elephant Rocks. Tower Hill can be seen far in the distance.

Parry Inlet William Bay NP

Parry Inlet William Bay NP

Parry Inlet William Bay NP

Your safety is your responsibility.

Always Remember, the Great Southern Ocean coastline is prone to surges, so be extremely aware when climbing, driving or walking close to the waterline.

PARKING:
West: From the Parry Beach Access Ramp, you can walk or drive across Parry Beach and sand dividing the ocean from Parry Inlet and on to Mazzoletti Beach.

 

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